The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 12, 1966
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BlythcvDto (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, September 11, UN - Plgt How lie two-man jury of a Tanzani- n court recommended 'today :iat American Peace Corps vol- mteer Bill Haywood Kinsey be ound innocent of murdering his wife, Peverley, The final verdict s up to the presiding judge. The two, an American and an African, both found that M rs- Kinsey, 23, died March 27 as a esult of an accidental fall from I ODD JOBS for the gentle sex are held down by Jane Ann Belts, left, and Dr. Karen Group, right. Jane is a frameman with the New York Telephone Co., the first woman on the job since World War I. She checks out customer complaints about telephone service, determining if the trouble Is in the company's equipment, and making repairs. Dr. Group of St. Louis, Mo., is one of only 14 women among some 4,009 federal meat inspectors stationed in packing plants throughout the country to ensure consumers get clean, wholesome meat. Six years of university work in veterinary medicine prepared her for the job. Miss Oklahoma Is Miss America ATLANTIC CITY, NJ. (AP) — They're dancing in the streets in Oklahoma but it looks like the Sooners will have to wait at least a week to welcome home their winner. Jane Ann Jayroe, a basketball bouncing, baton-wielding brunette from Laverne. Okla., today begins to find out the rigors of being Miss America. From the moment she was crowned Miss America of 1967 Saturday night here, she has faced one camera flash after another. Today she goes to Philadelphia for a television interview. Then starting tonight, she'll spend at least a week in New York taking the first steps of. her 200,000-mile journey as M iss America. Her personal appearances will bring her an estimated $75,000, but, above all, she's looking forward to the experience. For example, she has never 5 Flee in Bulldozer From East Berlin -By MARTIN ZUCKER BERLIN (AP)—Rags and steel plates protected.five young refugees from Communist gunfire as they crashed into West Berlin in a bulldozer. Two young men, their pregnant wives, and the 4-year-old son of one of the couples crouched Sunday in the speeding bulldozer as it crossed two ditches and crashed through four barbed-wire fences before hitting a tree a few yards inside West Berlin. Two East German border guards ran toward the vehicle with submachine guns blazing. "We had to get out of the bulldozer. The women jumped first, then we pulled up the bottom of a (garden) fence, let the women crawl through, and followed them," the 24-year-old professional bulldozer operator related. A witness said one of the refugees, carrying the child in his arms, repeatedly cried "Are we in the West? Are we in the West.?" They were taken to a hospital, where one man and one woman wounds ef the head and released. West Berlin police said East German border guards fired more than 100 rounds a'; the fleeing vehicle. Thirty-eight bullets hit it, some piercing the thin armor plating, police said- The driver explained that they had Only enough armor plate to shield the gas tank and windows. "We stuffed rags into the back of the bulldozer's cabin because we ran out of steel plates. That's how we found the way into freedom which was in our hearts for so long," he said. The driver, his 26-year-old wife, their son, a friend, 29, and his wife, 18, declined to give their names. Both men worked at a nationalized construction company garage about 800 yards from the border. An East German armored personnel carrier pulled the vi;hide back to the East about 00 minutes after the escape. Al three Western commanders protested the gunfire, terming it "totally irresponsible behavior on the part of the border guards, involving also grave traveled in an airplane. Tm looking forward to it,' she said Sunday. "But with but terflies." Oklahoma seems impatien for her triumphant return. As the news came to her hometown of 1,937 inhabitants, horns blew people shouted. Even the firi sirens sounded. And celebrations were held al around the state. Oklahoma City University students indicate! they might walk out of thei classes and even the school' president said: "A walkout is as good a was as any to show the school's en thusiasm for Jane Ann. It's an old OCU custom to walk out and I'm glad to see it come over something like this." A street dance was pianned. One persons waiting for the homecoming has a vested inter est. He dates her. Says Rick Schuerman, an OCU junior from St. Louis: "I think modesty is her best quality. She's been in quite a few beauty contests and won every one of them and she's the same Old girl." Jane Ann — Jay-Jay, informally — displayed her charm for newsmen here Sunday. She spoke of her ambitions to be an orchestra conductor but lamented a "prejudices against women conductors." Asked how to spend an evening in Laverne, she answered: "In the summer there's the drive-in and in winter there's basketball." Her love of music and basketball both comes from her family. Her father, E. G. (Pete) Javroe, coaches the L averne Higli School team. And she comes fror.i four generations of music teachers. Peace Corps Man Freed from Charge By DENNIS NEELD . . ia rock. MWANZA, Tanzania (AP) - Kinsey, 25, of Washington. N.C., has been on trial for his life for 15 days. The prosecution alleged that Kinsey bludgeoned Peverley to death with a length of iron pipe during a picnic on Impala Hill, two miles from the Tanzanian town' of Maswa where they both,taught school. Peverley was from Riverside, Conn. are known, told the court there was no evidence to support the prosecution's contention that Peverley had been unfaithful to her husband that this was a motive for the alleged crime. "I find the accused not guilty of the charge against him" declared assessor Gail Bagley, 46, a soil conservation expert of Elsberry, Mo. "My opinion is that it was an obvious accident beyond any doubt." 'I believe the accused not guilty and there should be a clear acquittal on the ground of accident," declared the second assessor, Tanzanian economist Fred M ugobil, 27, "I believe the fall took place as the accused has said." on Bronchial Asthma Formula Doctors Prescribe Most-Sto Choking Attacks in Minutes Opens Up Locked Bronchial Tube* and Keept Them Open. Rettorti Normal Breathing Fait. Calmi Panic. New York, N.Y —There's a bright new outlook on life for asthmatics. Medical testB proved this modern formula actually ends attacks and restores normal breathing in minutes. Prompt use helps prevent •evere attacks from even starting. This formula is so effective doctors prescribe it more than any other. Yet it's so safe, taken as directed, it can be sold without pre- scription in most states. Just ask for Primatene® Tablets. Primatene promptly opens UB locked bronchial tubes and fc0epft them open. Trapped air is released. You can breathe in and out freely again. It loosens phlegm. Calms panic. Brings you back to normal fast. So look forward to freedom for hours from asthma spasms. Always carry Primatene with yoa. were treated for slight bullet danger to lives in West Berlin." HEAT SHEET of lightweight steel foil h the newest thing in heating units. Consisting of paper-thin steel foil laminated to enoxy film and etched to form the electrical eircnlt displayed here, the 2-by-Moot nnlts are attached! to the backs of steel paneb designed to fit.into standard frames of a suspended ceiling. The sheets already are being used as the sole heat sources for several school! NOTICE OF ELECTION REISER SCHOOL DISTRICT 31 Notice is hereby given that the annual school election for the year 1966 will be held in Keiser District No. 31 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, ^n Tuesday, September 27, 1966 for the purpose of electing school directors, voting on school taxes and 01 such measure as may be submitted at said election. The polls will open at 8:00 a. m. and close at. 6:30 p.m. at the Keiser Supply Hardware. Given this 1st day of September, 1966. F. B. Wilson, President Lewis Wilbanks, Secretary *3, 10, 17 BABY GIANT NEW YORK (AP) - Babies are giants in the eyes of bottle and jar manufacturers. The reason: infants annually devour the contents of some 3 billion jars of baby food. That is more than a quarter of all the food — for people of all ages _ packaged in glass, according to the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute. 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